1949-01-01

Design and Installation of WIRING SYSTEMS for Commercial Vehicles 490197

ALTHOUGH the wiring systems of trucks are relatively simple and rather accessible for repair and replacement, the author explains that the amount of wire used on buses is much larger and, furthermore, the wires have to run all over the vehicle, thus becoming an inseparable component of the bus.
Wires could be readily replaced if conduits and junction boxes were used but, the author says, their cost would be prohibitive. Rather, he looks to the use of insulating materials having longer life, which would give trouble-free wiring systems at a reasonable cost.

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